Dhillon Discusses President Trump and Border Security

Harmeet Dhillon Appears on FBN’s ‘Lou Dobbs Tonight’ To Discuss President Trump and Border Security

According to Dhillon:

Well, it is disappointing, not surprising, Lou. I mean, from the point of view of tariffs, it seems to me like Mexico has been taxing the United States with tariffs for many years now because all those remittances that come from the workers who are taking American jobs and going back to Mexico is a tax.

Absolutely. It is fair for the president to flex his muscles and protect the American worker, protect the American economy and do this. It is said to see so many Republicans bought and paid for by big business, talking that talk that this is bad for the economy. Look, it’s not something that we want to go on forever, but it is a tool the president is willing to protect us. That’s very important, I’m glad to see it.

I agree Lou, it’s very disappointing and I think that these senators seem to be acting more in their own self-interest in terms of getting reelected and their donors on what they’re being paid to say by those donors, then what the constituents who put them into office care about. American workers care about this issue. American taxpayers care about this issue. I’m glad to see that the president is standing firm. I hope he does that. The other bad thing about this is seeing the party members attack the president when he’s abroad conveying the message of America first. It’s very unfortunate.

I was just going to say, Lou, there continues to be a war on the conservative side between the establishment folks, some of whom are in the White House and the American patriots, and many of us in the RNC are very loyal to the president (most of us are), very patriotic and very concerned about America’s future. So, I don’t want to tar all Republicans with the brush of not being supportive of the president because many of us are 100% dedicated.

And donors…

Healthcare is a mess too. They do not have a lot to talk about what they’ve done so far. It’s time to get to work.

Thank you, Lou.